Category Archives: Measurement
Forget Everything You Know

September 21, 2012

 By Laurie Clarke, COO, The Tatham Group “Forget everything you know.  What you did yesterday isn’t going to work today.  You need to do this new thing from now on.  Do you understand me?  It doesn’t matter that you think the old way worked.  This is your new job.  If you have problems with it […]

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Selecting The Right Tools: How Not To Fit Square Pegs Into Round Holes

August 4, 2011

By Michael B. Tatham, President, The Tatham Group I love holiday weekends.  They usually mean family gatherings by the pool, good food and relaxation.  This past weekend was really nice as me and my brother-in-laws were ushered off to the golf course.  Three amateurs armed with good weather, best intentions and beer.  What could go […]

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Talent & Team

July 13, 2011

By Michael Tatham, President, The Tatham Group. During a conversation with Mike Clement, Managing director of Strait Insights, we discussed the topic of talent and team.  There is a new generation of highly capable young leaders moving into prominent senior positions, but are you fast tracking a leadership capability for the present culture or future […]

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Going For Gold

February 21, 2010

Don’t bother just to be better than your contemporaries or predecessors. Try to be better than yourself. – William Faulkner I can imagine this quote running through the minds of the Olympians competing in Vancouver.  They need to push themselves to their own limitations to have the best time, race, jump, game or performance of […]

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There’s More To Work Than Making Money

December 9, 2009

By Laurie Clarke, COO, The Tatham Group “Tell me how a person is measured and I’ll tell you how they behave.” Every leader knows the truth of this statement.  It used to be that higher pay, more vacation time and great benefits were enough to elicit loyalty and dedication from employees.  However, do people still […]

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